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Shareholder Class Action

A class of shareholders filed a federal lawsuit claiming “The Profit” star Marcus Lemonis and other controlling members of Camping World lied to investors and perpetuated an insider-selling scheme, causing stock prices to drop from $47 to $19.04 per share when the truth came out.

CHICAGO – A class of shareholders filed a federal lawsuit claiming “The Profit” star Marcus Lemonis and other controlling members of Camping World lied to investors and perpetuated an insider-selling scheme, causing stock prices to drop from $47 to $19.04 per share when the truth came out.

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